It is a great book for elementary age kids, and remains a steadfast resource for years.
The adults do things “under the covers” in the illustrations, but the text does not evade answering questions.The illustrations are for older kids, but are creative and eye-catching. is a great resource for your up-and-coming preteen or teen.If you are looking for upfront and non-biased information, this is easily the best bet for anyone over 10. Touching on all the bases, including steroids, acne, diet and exercise, romantic feelings, voice changes, and so on; Madaras uses a straightforward and sensitive writing style to deliver information to teens looking for knowledge. While reading it, I learned a bit more about what was happening to me as a teen, learning about topics that weren’t covered well in my public school sex ed classes.The objective of this book is to provide a comparative analysis of the mechanisms by which stress regulates reproduction exploring the evolution of stress perceiving systems from the simplest organisms to humans.
Taking an integrated approach, utilising a genes-to-environment overview, the book examines the stressors that occur at all levels of organisation.
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